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Abundance of immune cells has been shown to have prognostic and predictive significance in many tumor types. Beyond abundance, the spatial organization of immune cells in relation to cancer

Introduction
Abundance of immune cells has been shown to have prognostic and predictive significance in many tumor types. Beyond abundance, the spatial organization of immune cells in relation to cancer cells may also have significant functional and clinical implications. However there is a lack of systematic methods to quantify spatial associations between immune and cancer cells.
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    • 2015-09-22
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1186/s13058-015-0638-4
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    Maley, C. C., Koelble, K., Natrajan, R., Aktipis, A., & Yuan, Y. (2015). An ecological measure of immune-cancer colocalization as a prognostic factor for breast cancer. Breast Cancer Research, 17(1). doi:10.1186/s13058-015-0638-4

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